Kuster, Negron clash over immigration, gun control

Kuster, Negron clash over immigration, gun control

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Incumbent 2nd Congressional District Democrat Ann McLane Kuster listens to Republican challenger Steve Negron during the Granite State Debates for 2nd Congressional District held at NH Institute of Politics Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018 in Goffstown, N.H. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader via AP, Pool) Thomas Roy Incumbent 2nd Congressional District Democrat Ann McLane Kuster debates Republican challenger Steve Negron during the Granite State Debates for 2nd Congressional District held at NH Institute of Politics Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018 in Goffstown, N.H. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader via AP, Pool) Thomas Roy Democratic U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster and her Republican challenger, Steve Negron, sparred Tuesday over gun control, immigration and abortion in their latest debate and seemed to only agree completely on two things — their love of the Boston Red Sox and New Hampshire’s four seasons. Kuster, seeking a fourth term in the 2nd Congressional District, and Negron, a state lawmaker from Nashua, began the debate Tuesday by weighing in on the caravan of several thousand Central American migrants headed to the United States. While President Donald Trump is sending troops to stop what he calls an invasion of migrants, both candidates took a softer line. Both said they would be open to allowing migrants from the caravan into the country if they qualified for asylum. Kuster went further and said people should be allowed to apply for asylum in their home country. Negron, in contrast, said the United States also had to strengthen its and protect American citizens. He supports building a […]

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Kuster, Negron clash over immigration, gun control

Kuster, Negron clash over immigration, gun control

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Democratic U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster and her Republican challenger, Steve Negron, sparred Tuesday over gun control, immigration and abortion in their latest debate and seemed to only agree completely on two things — their love of the Boston Red Sox and New Hampshire’s four seasons. Kuster, seeking a fourth term in the 2nd Congressional District, and Negron, a state lawmaker from Nashua, began the debate Tuesday by weighing in on the caravan of several thousand Central American migrants headed to the United States. While President Donald Trump is sending troops to stop what he calls an invasion of migrants, both candidates took a softer line. Both said they would be open to allowing migrants from the caravan into the country if they qualified for asylum. Kuster went further and said people should be allowed to apply for asylum in their home country. Negron, in contrast, said the United States also had to strengthen its and protect American citizens. He supports building a wall along the U.S-Mexico border. No tricks, all treats! Save 70% on digital access! Treat yourself to unlimited digital access for only $3.99 per month SUBSCRIBE TODAY "These are asylum seekers. They are fleeing from persecution, from violence in their home country," Kuster said. "We need a lawful process for them to seek asylum. If they fulfill those protocols, then yes they would be allowed in and, if not, then they would be sent back." Negron, whose grandfather came from Mexico in 1921, criticized the migrants for […]

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Kuster, Negron clash over immigration, gun control

Kuster, Negron clash over immigration, gun control

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Incumbent 2nd Congressional District Democrat Ann McLane Kuster debates Republican challenger Steve Negron during the Granite State Debates for 2nd Congressional District held at NH Institute of Politics Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018 in Goffstown, N.H. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader via AP, Pool) less Incumbent 2nd Congressional District Democrat Ann McLane Kuster debates Republican challenger Steve Negron during the Granite State Debates for 2nd Congressional District held at NH Institute of Politics … more Photo: Thomas Roy, AP CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Democratic U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster and her Republican challenger, Steve Negron, sparred Tuesday over gun control, immigration and abortion in their latest debate and seemed to only agree completely on two things — their love of the Boston Red Sox and New Hampshire’s four seasons. Kuster, seeking a fourth term in the 2nd Congressional District, and Negron, a state lawmaker from Nashua, began the debate Tuesday by weighing in on the caravan of several thousand Central American migrants headed to the United States. Recommended Video While President Donald Trump is sending troops to stop what he calls an invasion of migrants, both candidates took a softer line. Both said they would be open to allowing migrants from the caravan into the country if they qualified for asylum. Kuster went further and said people should be allowed to apply for asylum in their home country. Negron, in contrast, said the United States also had to strengthen its and protect American citizens. He supports building a wall along the U.S-Mexico border. […]

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